botella

{Vintage}

2011

{Vineyard}

At 300 meteres above sea level. Soil consists of shale, limestones, laminated slate and granite.

{Varietal}

100% Hondarribi Zuri “indigenous Basque grape varietal”.

{Vinification}

Grapes from a single estate. Pre-fermentation cold maceration at 16° C for 8 hours to obtain greater intensity and aromatic complexity.

{Aging}

6 months on its lees in stainless steel deposits.

{Nº of botles}

41.000 (0.75 l)

{Analysis}

Grade: 11,5% vol.; Acidity: 8,53g/L tartaric; pH:3,11;

{Winemaker}

Lauren Rosillo

{Tasting notes}

Appearance: Bright, clean and clear with medium intense pale greenish-yellow hues.

Nose: Intense aromas of fruit and minerals that highlight white flowers, such as chamomile and bergamot, and citrus fruits like grapefruit and lime.

Palate: A medium body complexity with vibrant fruit and mineral flavors, which are supported with a rich mouthfeel and enlivened with the delicate acidity from the cool coastal climate of the Basque Country.

{Pairing}

Perfect for all kinds of seafood, especially oysters, turbot, and Bluefin tuna. Ideally suitable with salads, sushi, pastas, rice dishes, game, and white meats.